WHO WE FUND

We find, fund, and partner with more than 200 of the most effective poverty-fighting programs in the city. When they work, we find ways to bring their successes to scale. When they stumble, we try to identify the problem and help correct it. Our grant decisions seek to maximize impact, much like a financial manager selects investments to maximize profit.

1199SEIU Home Care Industry Education Fund
Trains low-income women to become certified nursing assistants, patient care associates, and licensed practical nurses.
Accion East
Makes small loans and provides technical assistance to immigrant or minority-owned small businesses; provides financial counseling at Single Stop sites throughout the city.
Achievement First
Operates a network of 17 public charter schools serving more than 6,000 students in grades K-12 in Brooklyn, New York. The mission of Achievement First is to deliver on the promise of equal educational opportunity for all of America's children.
Advocates for Children
Offers legal help to public-school students, especially those who are failing or have special needs.
AIRnyc
Offers an integrated, multi-generational set of services that are provided at the household level by community health workers in order to address social determinants of health and chronic disease for marginalized families living in New York City.
Ali Forney Center

Provides shelter, transitional housing, and services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (LGBTQ) youth.

All Our KIn

Implements a program to improve the quality of care of home-based child care providers in the Bronx thereby improving developmental outcomes for children.

Association to Benefit Children

Provides preschool programs, housing, and medical services and crisis intervention to 3,000 families with children in East Harlem, most of whom suffer from mental and physical disabilities.

Avenues for Justice

Offers alternatives to jail terms for teenagers living in the Lower East Side and East Harlem.

Bloomingdale Family Program

Provides a Head Start program that caters to students with learning disabilities or emotional problems.

Achievement First

Operates a network of 17 public charter schools serving more than 6,000 students in grades K-12 in Brooklyn, New York. The mission of Achievement First is to deliver on the promise of equal educational opportunity for all of America's children.

Advocates for Children

Offers legal help to public-school students, especially those who are failing or have special needs.

Astor Services for Children and Families

Runs day-treatment program for children with severe emotional and behavior disorders and, when possible, helps them return to traditional school with ongoing support services.

Blue Engine

Employs a team-teaching model to improve student performance in math and English by placing recent college graduates in classrooms alongside lead teachers in high-need public high schools.

Bottom Line

Provides low-income, first-generation college students with individualized, high-touch counseling to keep them on track to earn their bachelor's degree.

1199SEIU Home Care Industry Education Fund

Trains low-income women to become certified nursing assistants, patient care associates, and licensed practical nurses.

Accion East

Makes small loans and provides technical assistance to immigrant or minority-owned small businesses; provides financial counseling at Single Stop sites throughout the city.

Ariva

Promotes economic development in low-income communities by providing financial counseling programs, free tax preparation services, and access to financial products and services.

Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE)

Provides housing, case management, and employment opportunities for homeless women and their children.

Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation

Provides supportive housing, community development, and social services to youth and families in Bedford Stuyvesant and runs a full-service Single Stop site. It is the oldest community development corporation in the United States.

AIRnyc

Offers an integrated, multi-generational set of services that are provided at the household level by community health workers in order to address social determinants of health and chronic disease for marginalized families living in New York City.

Audubon-NYP Young Men's Clinic

Provides comprehensive health services for adolescent men in the Washington Heights/Inwood community; a Single Stop site.

Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture

Provides medical, mental health, and social services to poor immigrants who suffer trauma from torture and war.

Bowery Residents' Committee

Provides case management and job training services to adult shelter residents.

Breaking Ground

Reaches out to and houses homeless individuals in multiple temporary and permanent residences throughout New York City; provides the formerly homeless with a wide array of supportive services to ensure housing stability.

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